Published November 12, 2012
I blurted out to Chris Wallace and Karl Rove, “Do they understand the implications of that call?” I felt calling Ohio was tantamount to calling the presidency and thought we would be seeing blazing graphics declaring Obama reelected.
Published October 04, 2012
The Romney campaign wanted the election to be a referendum on President Obama’s first term. The Obama campaign wanted it to be a choice between the two candidates. Both may get their wish.
Published August 11, 2012
I commend Mitt Romney on the pick of Paul Ryan as running mate. It was a bold choice. It will energize both sides though.
Published July 24, 2012
We don't yet know which candidate he might harm the most in the 2012 presidential race -- but both President Obama and Mitt Romney should be looking over their shoulders at Gary Johnson, the guy almost nobody is talking about.
Published July 16, 2012
We may look back on this past week and find that it was the week Mitt Romney lost the election, or the week that his campaign realized they need a better strategy to deal with the Obama campaign's attacks on his Bain record.
Published July 11, 2012
What candidate for president -- even a Republican candidate for president -- would pick a guy as a running mate who would only hand over one year of tax returns, as Mitt Romney has done?
Published June 11, 2012
When it comes to President Obama, there's no denying that three things last week -- his comments on the private sector, the Wisconsin results, and the campaigns’ fundraising reports -- hurt his re-election prospects.
Published March 05, 2012
Welcome to the first primary election campaign in the post-Citizens Unite world of billionaires and Super PACs. The GOP is at a crossroads: will the party come together around Mitt Romney after Super Tuesday or will there be a broken, not brokered, convention in August?
Published January 25, 2012
In his State of the Union address President Obama struck a shrewd balance between defending his record, setting out a vision for the next year and being presidential.
Published January 03, 2012
My experience in Iowa may hail from the Democratic side of the aisle, but Iowa doesn’t play favorites. Republicans can be surprised on caucus night too. Here are some things I am looking for tonight.